Thicken your hair by addressing the underlying cause of your thin hair, leading a healthy lifestyle, using hair-thickening shampoos and conditioners, and treating your hair gently. Thin hair can be caused by medical cond... More »

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Using eggs on the hair can help thicken it by increasing its volume and strength. Eggs are essentially made up of proteins, and regular protein treatment promotes hair growth. Protein treatments make hair follicles stron... More »

As of November 2015, most reviews of natural silica or horsetail on Amazon.com indicate the product does grow hair but does not thicken it. Conversely, the German company Hübner calls upon a University Hospital of Hambur... More »

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Dry shampoo, mousse and volumizing hair products help add body to short, thin hair. Oil-free and lightweight products are best to achieve long-lasting lift that won't weigh down roots or look greasy. More »

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As of November 2015, most reviews of natural silica or horsetail on Amazon.com indicate the product does grow hair but does not thicken it. Conversely, the German company Hübner calls upon a University Hospital of Hambur... More »

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Common ways of thickening facial hair include eating a protein rich diet and taking vitamin and mineral supplements. Many men also experience success when massaging the face periodically or changing their exercise routin... More »

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Add volume to hair with the use of volumizing shampoos, hairstyling aids and the use of a blow dryer. Flip the hair over and blow dry from the nape of the neck towards the crown in layers, focusing on the roots. More »

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